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Sept. 16, 2022, 1:11 p.m. | Jonathan Greig

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A popular messaging application used by school districts across the U.S. was forced to apologize on Wednesday night after parents said an inappropriate photo was sent out.  According to the company — Seesaw — the app is used by 10 million teachers, students and parents across the U.S. But on Wednesday night, Seesaw released a […]

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